Ricky Fowler 10/1 (3pts Win)
Henrik Stenson 10/1 (3pts Win)
Hideki Matsuyama 25/1 (2pts E/W)
J.B Holmes 50/1 (2pts E/W)
Daniel Berger 66/1 (1pt E/W)
Scott Piercy 80/1 (1pt E/W)
Odds courtesy of www.ladbrokes.com
Golfhacker nearly had a good pay out last time as Matsuyama was only one shot away from paying. Watson wasn't too far behind either. Furyk's withdrawal was a blow but stake was returned as a free bet.
This time around the field has been cut to only 30 players for the final FED EX cup play off round. Mathematically they can all still win the FED EX and the $10 million that comes with it, as long as they win this one and other results go their way.
The smaller field has lessened come of the odds here. Jason Day has been slashed to 3/1 and is clear favourite. As Golfhacker likes to bet small he is off this list as his returns would be pitiful. Golfhacker is sticking to the formula that has served him well since starting this (except for a couple of bad weeks).
Rickie Fowler at 10/1 is a good bet as odds have been reduced given the shortened field. Winner of the Deutsch Bank and T-4 at the BMW last week he is showing form at the right time. He could give Day a run for his money. With his odds so reduced Golfhacker is going for a win only bet of 3pts.
Stenson is the form man of these Play offs but yet to secure a win. T-2 at the Barclays and the Deutsche Bank and T-10 at the BMW. Currently in 4th position of the FED EX. He'll know that a win could secure the play offs. At 10/1 we think he has a chance to win.
With each way bets only paying up to T-4 we have selected four possible each way that could pay well and have a good chance.
Scott Piercy may be highly unfancied at 80/1 but don't forget that he came 3rd at the BMW last week and won the Barbasal in August. He could surprise again.
Daniel Berger is at 66/1. Currently 9th in the FED EX standings and fresh from a 2nd place at the BMW holding off the likes of McIlroy, Stenson, Fowler and Spieth. However, he was cut 7 times in a row throughout August and September. But as there is no cut for this one he'll be fine.
J.B Holmes has had 7 top ten finishes this season, 5 of which have been in the top 5 with 1 victory. Pretty solid for a player currently at 50/1. T-4th last time out at the BMW.
And, Finally...Hideki Matsuyama. So close to a pay out last time out as he was only one shot away. This has been a recurring theme with this one. 25/1 is strong odds for a player with 9 top tens.